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This Easter bread is easy and can be baked in the form of little chicks, which can also help children. Freshly baked sweet Easter bread tastes very loose and juicy, like buns. The ingredients should have all the room temperature. Flour in a mixing bowl and fill with dried yeast, mix a pinch of salt and sugar. Softened butter and coconut milk (not creamy) add and knead with dough hook to form a smooth dough.
Cover the bowl with a plate and refrigerate for about 30 minutes in hot water (the sink) until it comes up. The dough on a lightly floured work surface and knead by hand again and divide into 8 equal pieces. Remove each piece of approximately 20 g of heavy pieces and shape into a small ball. Almonds and raisins as a bill eyes a little lower key in the balls, as previously seen in the picture. The remaining dough to about 30 cm long strands curl. The strands in the middle set loose ends into a loop and wrap around each other twice (similar to a Osterzopf). The balls lay on the loop and press down lightly. Read the rest of this entry »